Apparently Sam's Club has now developed a partnership with a search engine optimization company called Innuity and will be offering SEO services mainly to local small business.I think its funny the way they offer their seo services because for $25 a month Sam's Club members (and $39.95 a month for non-members), you can sign up for the SEO service from their partner company Innuity.
I think this is not about Sams club SEO services but it is just a way to get more traffic to sams club website and as a result to their store. They are trying to catch up with the online presence.
What does everyone think about Sams club offering SEO services ?
sounds pretty ridiculous if you ask me.
when are they going to start web site design, copywriting, and traffic regeneration?
I think if Sams Club goes this route and has some success, many others will follow suit.
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